ARs, TCs, TMs, FMs, PAMs, Etc.

Personal Affairs of Military Personnel and Their Dependents, 1942

Personal Affairs of Military Personnel and Their Dependents, 1942. Has a section on services which the chaplain provides. (Author’s collection)

Link for PDF file of: DACH-1 Guidebook, 24 Jun 13

Army Regulations (AR)

AR 350-150, Military Education, The Chaplains' School, 20 September 1920

AR 350-150, Military Education, The Chaplains’ School, 20 September 1920 (Author’s collection)

Link for PDF file of: AR 60-5, Chaplains, 15 February 1924

Link for PDF file of: AR 60-6, Chaplains, 20 December 1937

AR 165-1 Chaplain Activities in the United States Army, August 1989. (Author's collection)

AR 165-1 Chaplain Activities in the United States Army, August 1989. (Author’s collection)

Link for PDF file of: AR 165-1, Chaplain Activities in the United States Army, 25 March 2004

Link for PDF file of: AR 165-1, Army Chaplain Corps Activities, 3 December 2009

Army Techniques Publication (ATP)

Link for PDF file of: ATP 1-05.02, Religious Support to funerals and Memorial Ceremonies and Services, March 2013

Link for PDF file of: ATP 1-05.03, Religious Support and External Advisement, May 2013

Field Manuals (FM)

FM 21-100-1941

FM 21-100, 23 July 1914, Basic Field Manual: Soldier’s Handbook (author’s collection).

Link for PDF file of: FM16-5-The_Chaplain-January_1952

FM 16-5 The Chaplain, 1967

FM 16-5 The Chaplain, 1967 (Author’s collection)

FM 16-5 The Chaplain and Chaplain Assistant in Combat Operations, 1984

FM 16-5 The Chaplain and Chaplain Assistant in Combat Operations, December 1984. (Author’s collection)

FM 16-1 Religious Support, 1995

FM 16-1 Religious Support, May 1995. (Author’s collection)

FM 1-05 Religious Support, 2003

FM 1-05 (FM 16-1) Religious Support, April 2003. (Author’s collection)

Link for PDF file of: FM 1-05, Religious Support, October 2012

Pamphlets (PAM)

WD PAM 21-39-Conduct of a military funeral

War Department Pamphlet No 21-39: Conduct of a Military Funeral, September 1947. (Author’s collection)

DA Pamphlet 21-41, 1949

DA PAM 21-41, Personal Conduct for the Soldier, February 1949 (author’s collection).

DA PAM 16-61: The Chaplains Ministry to Hospital Patients, 1962

DA PAM 16-61: The Chaplains Ministry to Hospital Patients, January 1962. (Author’s collection)

PAM-165-1-History-Chaplain-Corps

DA Pamphlet 165-1, A Brief History of the Unites States Army Chaplain Corps, September 1974 (author’s collection).

 

DA PAM 165-13-1 Religious Requirements and Practices, 1980

DA PAM 165-13-1 Religious Requirements and Practices of Certain Selected Groups. A Handbook Suppliment for Chaplains, 1980. (Author’s collection)

DA Pam 672-2

DA Pam 672-2, “Conduct of Ceremonies Handbook,” September 1971. While this isn’t specifically a “chaplain” pamphlet, it does have a section on military funerals of which chaplains are a large part (author’s collection).

Link for PDF file of: DA PAM 165-16, Moral Leadership/Values Stages of the Family Life Cycle, 30 October 1987

Link for PDF file of: DA PAM 600-75, Accommodating Religious Practices, 22 September 1993

Link for PDF file of: DA PAM 165-17, Chaplain Personnel Management, 11 May 1998

Soldier Training Publications (STP)

ST 16-100-2, Army Correspondence Course Program Chaplain Support Activities -Advanced- Subcourse ISO 223, January 1978

ST 16-100-2, Army Correspondence Course Program Chaplain Support Activities (Advanced) Subcourse ISO 223, January 1978 (Author’s collection)

STP 16-71M1-SM Soldiers Manual Chaplain Assistant, 1988

STP 16-71M1-SM: Skill Leven 1 Soldier’s Manual, MOS 71M, Chaplain Assistant, April 1988. (Author’s collection)

Training Circulars (TC)

TC 16-71-5 Religious Support Handbook, 1978

TC 16-71-5 Religious Support Handbook, May 1978. (Author’s collection)

Technical Manuals (TM)

TM 16-205, The Chaplain, 21 April 1941

TM 16-205, The Chaplain, 21 April 1941 (Author’s collection).

 

 

NAVPERS

WW2O170

NAVPERS 15,014, Personal Affairs of Naval Personnel and Aid For Their Dependents, April 1943 (author’s collection).

NAVPERS 15,046, Ceremony of Burial of the Dead at Sea, 1944 (Author's collection)

NAVPERS 15,046, Ceremony of Burial of the Dead at Sea, 1944 (Author’s collection)

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Other/Miscellaneous

A Charted Course

“A Charted Course for The Religious Life of a United States Ship at Sea With No Chaplain on Board”, The Chaplains: Norfolk Navy Yard, 1 February 1944 (author’s collection).

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  1. David Little

    great selection of manuals!

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